§ 9-2805.  Zoning Compliance. 1144
   (1)   No student may live in an Educational Housing District in any dwelling which is in violation of the Zoning Code or lacks any license or certificate required by subsection 9-3902(1) (relating to licensing), including any dwelling in which more than three unrelated persons are living as a single household unit. Nothing in this Section shall relieve a property owner from any liability or duty to comply with any applicable provision of the Zoning Code or subsection 9-3902(1), and whenever a student is served with a notice of violation pursuant to this subsection, the property owner shall also be served with a notice of violation.
   (2)   Notwithstanding any other provision of this Code, if a property owner is finally determined to have violated the provisions of this Section with respect to a property two or more times within any three year period, any (a) subsequent violation of this Section with respect to such property; (b) failure to pay any fine or cost imposed for a prior violation of this Section with respect such property; or (c) failure to comply with a remedial order under this Section with respect to such property; shall result in the immediate revocation of all licenses and certificates issued for such property pursuant to subsection 9-3902(1). For purposes of this subsection (2), a final determination refers to payment of the fine for a violation, a default or a final adjudication on the merits from which no timely direct appeal is available. No license or certificate under subsection 9-3902(1) shall be issued with respect to such property for three years after revocation under this subsection (2), except to a subsequent owner of the property who presents proof of payment of City and state realty transfer tax on the transaction in which such subsequent owner obtained the property. Review of the revocation of a license or certificate pursuant to this subsection (2) shall be pursuant to Section A-801 of the Administrative Code.



   Amended, Bill No. 100613 (approved August 9, 2011); amended, Bill No. 140856 (approved December 19, 2014), effective July 1, 2015.